Highlights include a review of the 2017 changes to our accreditation standards and the impact on the accreditation process.
The Boot Camp’s curriculum provides a blue print to:
1. Implement or refine statements of mission and vision that guide program design and assessment with a focus on competency based education.
2. Design teaching and assessment tools aligned with competency-based education.
3. Prepare for a self-assessment and site visit focused on the program’s mission and competency model.
Pictured is Kevin Broom, PhD., who will also teach at the AUPHA Boot Camp, with attendees from the sold out March 2017 CAHME Boot Camp at ACHE Congress.
The Boot Camp faculty includes:
Dan Gentry, PhD, Clinical Professor and MHA Program Director at the University of Iowa. Dan is a CAHME Board member, former CAHME Board Chair, former Accreditation Council Member, and a frequent member of accreditation teams.
Kevin Broom, PhD, recently named the incoming Vice Chair for Education and MHA Program Director at the University of Pittsburgh. Kevin is a long time faculty member of the CAHME Boot Camps. He is a member of the CAHME Candidacy Committee, a former CAHME Fellow, and a frequent member of accreditation teams.
Event Date/ Time: Tuesday, June 13, 2017 | 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM PDT
Venue: The Westin Long Beach | Ocean Ballroom
Early Bird Registration: $750 (through April 30, 2017)
General Registration: $850
A continental breakfast, full buffet lunch, and snacks are included.
Register for the 2017 CAHME Accreditation Boot Camp at the AUPHA Annual Meeting (credit cards are now accepted)
Space is limited; we accept registrations on a first-come, first served basis.
Anthony Stanowski, DHA, FACHE
President & CEO